No.680 Shui Dian Road, Hong Kou Dis, Shanghai, China
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About Sky Rainbow Hotel Shanghai
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Sky Rainbow Hotel Shanghai, located on Shuidian Road in Hongkou district, is just a 10-minute walk from Chifeng Road subway stat
Sky Rainbow Hotel Shanghai, located on Shuidian Road in Hongkou district, is just a 10-minute walk from Chifeng Road subway station. The hotel is accessible in merely 15 minutes drive from Shanghai Museum and 25 minutes drive from Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport. To cater to the needs of corporate travellers, the hotel offers a business centre, meeting room and free Wi-Fi. Guests can also make use of other on-site facilities, such as games room, concierge and free parking.
The 260 air-conditioned rooms of the hotel are bright, elegantly furnished and feature comfortable beddings for a peaceful nights sleep. These well-appointed rooms feature amenities like flat-screen TV with satellite connection, telephone, tea/coffee maker and free Wi-Fi. Attached bathrooms have hairdryer (on request) and mandatory toiletries.
Relish a variety of local as well as international dishes in the pleasing ambience of the hotels restaurant. Different kind of drinks and beverages are also offered here. Authentic Indian food can also be savoured at the famous Tandoor Restaurant that can be reached in merely 15 minutes drive from the hotel.
For a memorable shopping experience, head to Cloud Nine Shopping Mall, barely 5 minutes drive from Sky Rainbow Hotel Shanghai.
Facilities offered in Sky Rainbow Hotel Shanghai :
The bathrooms/toilet are visible from the room which is very terrible and looks ugly.
The ACs are not working properly.
The service is below average.
The reception attitude is not good.
The facilities are not good..
Friends getaway Traveller
01 Jul 2014
Over priced hotel
Very expensive over priced hotel...Far away from city centre you can definitely get a better deal in a better area....one advantage staff knows English and hotel has a small grocery shop and restaurant
30 Mar 2014
Hot Water Please
This hotel is set somewhat out in the suburbs of Shanghai, so I can see absolutely no reason why anyone would stay here as a tourist. In fact, we would make a firm recommendation not to stay here. You should find somewhere in a nicer and more central location. The only reason to consider this might be if you had business in the Hongkou District, but even then it would be likely to disappoint.
The lobby is promising enough and some effort has been made with the furnishings, though they will appeal more to Chinese tastes than Western- a lot of golden hues and Chinese calligraphy. But some of the facilities are substandard. The kettle in our room didn't work. The temperature on the AC was one of the trickiest I've ever encountered (you need to press the button six times first). Worst of all, the water is never hot. It gets lukewarm for an hour or two in the evenings and then it's back to cold again. Don't bother.
18 Apr 2013
This hotel is known as the Sky....
The hotel is advertised as a ‘International Business Hotel’. There was not many international travelers staying when we were staying there for 7 nights.
On our arrival there was confusion about our booking. It took us 30 minutes to get booked in. Our first impressions were not very good, seeing the hotel had been booked through a travel agent, many months ago. The lobby was cold, and smoke filled, despite the hotel displaying ‘No smoking’ signs.
The hotel breakfast is purely catered to the local Chinese cuisine, which was mirrored in the evening meal. Western style food was not readily available.
Our room was adequate, but we were moved on our third night at 9:00pm at extremely short notice without any explanation. We were upgraded to a better room, but despite our request for an explanation from the management, none was forth coming.
I developed a severe bout of diarrhoea on our forth night, due to eating in the hotel restaurant the night before.
There was a heavy military presence with numerous Chinese naval officers present, presumably attending various meetings within the hotel, but the hotel is also located next to a Red Army barracks, so if staying in Shanghai it is best to stay in the tourist areas.
English is limited, the hotel could do with a refurbishment, the windows lobby cleaned, and the hotel reclassified downwards for international travelers.